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The latest blogs from CARE India staff and partners around the world.

  • Maheswari’s tryst with destiny

    Maheswari’s tryst with destiny

    When I met Maheswari in her small hut located in the remote part of Nagapattinam District in Tamilnadu, I could not imagine the path she had travelled to get there. There she stood in front of me as a confident Business Correspondent of Indian Overseas Bank, smiling along with her two children, husband and mother- in- law. Let’s rewind a bit. Maheswari belo... Read More

  • Health is Wealth

    Health is Wealth

    Generating awareness on public health is my passion. I believe that for any society to be productive, it has to be healthy. It needs to be realised by all that effort and investment in public health is crucial for the attainment of UN millennium development goals and fulfilment of fundamental rights of a citizen. As a member of the CARE team, I feel a sense of pr... Read More

  • The caring nature of CARE

    The caring nature of CARE

    What I love the best about CARE is its extremely considerate attitude towards its employees. Today, I would like to share with you one of my personal experiences which underlines the compassionate approach of the organization. About a year back post the birth of my child, I had severe health problems and was hospitalized for about three months. The doctors advise... Read More

  • Shop for Good

    Shop for Good

    The International WomanÔÇÖs Day 2014 is right around the corner. To celebrate this day, CARE India has partnered with, an online marketing portal, to promote cause based marketing in an effort to support empowerment of women and girls. will donate 2% of the proceeds to CARE India on any shopping done on their portal during March 7 to 9, 2014. ... Read More

  • A small step and a giant leap

    A small step and a giant leap

    In a land where patriarchy thrives, in a country where women are mostly subjugated, in a society where gender roles are not only defined at a very early age but also any deviation is severely punished, in a family where men are not supposed to feel any empathy towards women, I saw a different side, another face of India today. I was given an opportunity t... Read More

  • Skill Development Initiatives of CARE in Tamil Nadu

    Skill Development Initiatives of CARE in Tamil Nadu

    CARE India focuses on empowering women and girls from the poor and marginalized communities by equipping them with required skills, facilitating access to resources, markets and services and by influencing systems, processes and policies. CARE’s approach towards women empowerment involves the triad of agency, structure and relations Read More

  • Mother’s milk is the best

    Mother’s milk is the best

    On July 3, 2015, Khusnuma Begum and Md. Adil of Satal Nihalbhag Nagar Panchayat of Bahadurganj Block in Kishanganj District, are blessed with a triplet in Bahadurganj Public Health Center (PHC). Bahadurganj is one of the areas, where AMANAT Karyakram (Mobile Nurse Mentoring Team) intervention, as part of skill strengthening process, is going on under the Bihar Te... Read More

  • How Social Monitoring Committees brought new hope to HUDHUD cyclone survivors

    How Social Monitoring Committees brought new hope to HUDHUD cyclone survivors

    Last month I had the opportunity to visit some of the Hudhud cyclone affected villages and urban slums of Vishakhapatnam where CARE is helping people recover from the impact of cyclone Hudhud. As I started my journey the images of loss and destruction that I had seen during my earlier visit post cyclone started flashing in front of my eyes. I was anxiou... Read More

  • Giving back to the community

    Giving back to the community

    Village Bautha is a very small village in District Hardoi of Uttar Pradesh with a population of just over 2,500 ; majority of them belonging to disadvantaged sections of the society. Even though the Primary school is located in the village itself, you can, during what would be the normal school hours, see the children sitting orderly under the shadow of... Read More

  • Big data, big outcomes

    Big data, big outcomes

    Data plays a critical role in making informed decisions which lead to better health programs and better health outcomes. But when it comes to data and analytics of large public health programs, I have often seen a big divide between demand and delivery. By and large, by the time the required data and analysis is made available, the need for the information become... Read More

  • Every cloud has a silver lining

    Every cloud has a silver lining

    Rebati Barik is a 11 year old girl, she comes from a family of five siblings. They lost their mother at a very young age and in a short time lost their father also. Until the time her father was alive she was going to school and completed her third grade. Following the death of her father she was taken in by her uncle who subsequently placed her in the village te... Read More

  • Not everything is lost: Earthquake is an opportunity to build a stronger Nepal

    Not everything is lost: Earthquake is an opportunity to build a stronger Nepal

    I was visiting Nepal after three years and this time it wasn’t the same. I knew life would have changed after the April 25 earthquake, however, to be physically there in the middle of the devastation – it was heartbreaking. The victory tower of Nepal – Dharhara which used to stand tall at the center of Kathmandu was missing, the ancient Hindu te... Read More

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